Psychosocial Therapies + Medication Can Help Treat Bipolar Disorder

Adjunct therapies are found to help reduce risk of relapse and increase medication adherence.

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Bipolar disorder is a crippling, chronic, severe mental disorder characterized by manic highs and crashing lows. During the high points, people with bipolar disorder may be almost euphoric—happy, full of

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